Sudan: Mahmoud Meets Envoys of Norway and Britain to Sudan and South Sudan State

Khartoum — The Assistant of President of the Republic, Engineer Ibrahim Mahmoud discussed with Envoys of Norway and United Kingdom to Sudan and South Sudan State development of situations in Sudan and Africa, international community efforts to achieve peace in South Sudan State and the role Sudan can play in this connection. British Envoy, Christopher

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Sudan: Govt Reiterates Combating Corruption Is Strategic Goal

Sudan has underscored that combating corruption was strategic goal achieved through adoption of national strategy that boosts integrity, transparency and accountability. The Attorney -General, Judge. Omar Ahmed said in his address before the 7th session of Conference of Parties to United Nations Convention Against Corruption in capital of Austria, Vienna , Tuesday, that Sudan witnessed

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Sudan’s Bashir says time to empty camps of Darfur displaced

Khartoum – Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said on Monday it was time to shut camps hosting millions of displaced people from the conflict in Darfur as the war in the region had ended. Bashir, wanted by The Hague-based International Criminal Court for genocide and war crimes related to the Darfur conflict, said internally displaced people

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European Paper Talk: Real Madrid want Neymar to replace Cristiano Ronaldo

European sides cannot strengthen their squads until January, but that does not stop deals from being struck and contracts being agreed ahead of the opening of the winter transfer window. Our friends at Football Whispers scoured the continent to bring you all the latest transfer news and gossip from the European newspapers. Spain Paris Saint-Germain

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President declares state of emergency in central Sudan

Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir on Monday announced a state of emergency in the central state of Gezira, 100 kilometers from the capital Khartoum. In a presidential decree published by the Sudanese state news agency SUNA, Bashir also dissolved the state’s legislative assembly following longstanding disputes between members of the local parliament the state’s governor, Mohammed

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UN aid agency concerned over S. Sudan’s new work permit policy

The UN humanitarian agency in South Sudan on Tuesday expressed concerns about the hiking of work permit fees for foreigners and a recent government order giving expatriates a month to obtain work permits. Ian Ridley, head of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) in South Sudan, said the new work

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Oranto Petroleum to explore South Sudan with BGP

JUBA — South Sudan’s newest oil and gas entrant Oranto Petroleum has begun its exploration program through an agreement with BGP Inc. South Sudan. The deal comes just eight months after Oranto signed its exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) with the government, and kicks off its three-year first exploration commitment period. Following a competitive

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Libyan Airlines suspends flights to Sudan over technical reasons

State-owned Libyan Airlines has suspended flights to Sudan until further notice for technical reasons, the company said Monday. “The company canceled all scheduled flights to Sudan until further notice due to technical problems related to flight schedule and the hours allocated for the company’s aircraft in Khartoum International Airport,” Libyan Airlines spokesman Mohamed Gnewa told

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UN warns of more heatwave deaths as climate change pushes up temperatures

Warning of a possible rise in heatwave deaths due to climate change, the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) today called for measures to reduce mortality from this natural hazard. The warning came days after the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that global temperatures for the first six months of this year reached

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DHS ends protections for thousands of Central Americans

WASHINGTON (CNN) — The Trump administration will end the protected immigration status of thousands of Central Americans who have been living in the US nearly two decades, urging Congress to act if it wants to spare those individuals from being uprooted. Department of Homeland Security acting Secretary Elaine Duke has decided to terminate Temporary Protected

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